Carrer de l’avenir 1 ppal 1a
08021, Barcelona, SPAIN
Cadaval & Solà-Morales have completed built projects in the United States, Spain and Mexico. Their work has been selected for multiple exhibitions in Europe and abroad, including among others: The Venice Biennale and the Barbara Capocchin Biennale in Italy, the FAD prize exhibition, and the Exhibition of Young Spanish Architects organized by the government of Spain. Cadaval and Solà-Morales’ work has been published extensively worldwide in some of the most prestigious publications in more than 30 countries.
Eduardo Cadaval and Clara Solà-Morales have taught and lectured at several top academic institutions in Europe and North America. They are both associate professors of Architecture and Urban design at Barcelona and Tarragona schools of Architecture respectively and visiting professors of the Barcelona program of Calgary University. They have acted as critics at such universities as Harvard, Yale and The University of Pennsylvania. In 2007 Cadaval & Solà-Morales were considered by Wallpaper Magazine as one of the world’s 10 best young offices, In 2008 Architectural Record, considered them as one of the ten most design vanguard firms at international level.
Eduardo Cadaval is a licensed architect. He holds a BA from the National University of Mexico (with special honours) and a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University. Associate professor of urbanism at Barcelona’s School of Architecture ETSAB, UPC. Visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s school of design and Calgary University Barcelona Program. Cadaval has also taught at Harvard’s Career Discovery program, the Boston Architectural Center, and the National University of Mexico. He was awarded with the National Council for the Arts Young Creators Grant by the Mexican Government.
Clara Solà-Morales is a licensed architect with a degree in Architecture from Barcelona’s School of Architecture and holds a Master in Architecture (MarchII) from Harvard University. Associate professor of architecture at Tarragona’s School of Architecture ETSAT, URV and visiting professor at Calgary University Barcelona Program. She has taught at Harvard’s Career Discovery program and at the Boston Architectural Center. She was also Head of Graduate Studies at the Barcelona Institute of Architecture. She is a PHD Candidate from Barcelona’s school of Architecture.